New federal contracting standards could incentivize corporations to narrow the economic divides that undermine employee morale and business effectiveness.
Administration proposal would restrict insider trades, and impose a tax on stock buybacks that largely benefit the fat cats.
More than half of the country’s 100 largest low-wage employers rigged pay rules in 2020 to give CEOs 29 percent average raises while their frontline employees made 2 percent less.
Low-Wage Workers Lost Hours, Jobs, and Lives. Their Employers Bent the Rules — To Pump up CEO Paychecks.
While working families are suffering under the pandemic, corporate boards have bent the rules to protect massive CEO paychecks.
Recently added to the Walmart governing board: still another expert in enriching top execs at worker and taxpayer expense.
The new SEC disclosure regulation finally sees daylight, bringing changes for shareholders, employees, and even consumers, Sarah Anderson explains in this Bloomberg Q+A.
Making breakthroughs for consumers is hard, companies have found. But making fortunes for CEOs is easy.
Ordinary American taxpayers are subsidizing excessive CEO pay. These five reforms could help end these perverse incentives for executive excess.
While candidates are busy ranting about Wall Street’s fat cats, taxpayers are left picking up their billion-dollar tab.
As Americans are desperately trying to juggle their finances, bank CEOs are maximizing their profits through overdraft fees.
BlackRock, the top money manager in the world, claims to want to link performance with executive compensation. But its actions tell a different story.
The persistent pay gap between men and women is a key driver of economic inequality today.
Runaway CEO pay at the 30 largest U.S. public fossil fuel corporations rewards short-term actions, with disastrous results for the world’s climate.
For the second time, the restaurant giant is using disinformation to distract attention from IPS calculations on the company’s CEO-worker pay gap.